The Ultra-Dense Server Breakthrough to Design Hosted Desktop Infrastructure

The Ultra-Dense Server Breakthrough to Design Hosted Desktop Infrastructure


Remote desktops are growing in popularity, with Gartner projecting that over 49 million virtual hosted desktops will take the place of conventional PCs by the end of 2014. Indeed, there are numerous business and technical advantages to substituting remote desktops for portable, fully-functioning PCs - and as the use of remote desktops grow, new use cases and deployment models are emerging.

Read this whitepaper to learn how, by using new server technology, it is possible to host desktops without any virtualization layer and deliver a dedicated PC experience for remote desktop users, combining the benefits of a virtual desktop with the performance of an actual PC.

HP ConvergedSystem 100 for hosted desktops with the power efficient AMD Opteron™ X2150 APU AMD. The AMD Arrow logo, AMD Opteron, and combinations thereof are trademarks of Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.

HP & AMD Opteron™
01 Jul 2014
01 Jul 2014
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